Casa Marta is a nice and spacious 18th-century recently (2004) fully restored stone house with three floors spanning total 105 m2. Provided with 2 televisions (1 satellite), radio, DVD, CD player etc. A central heating (gas) system has also been installed. And naturally a working fireplace adorns the second floor, as how would a countryside house be completed without one! The house is fully furnished with all new or antique pieces (Tuscan pieces from yhe 19th century).
These house is nestled in a small mountain village called Pascoso (county of Pescaglia,province of Lucca, Tuscany, Italy), in the Apuane Park, 700m above sea level. Pascoso has just 100 inhabitants (and 2 restaurants and 1 general store), and is so small with such narrow stone roads that cars enter town along a short strip in the main road only. Nearly all the houses in the town are built in stone, including their rooftops, and the smooth stones in the streets were laid hundreds of year ago. Pascoso is a hiker's paradise; however it is not far from the "cities of arts" of Tuscany: Lucca, Pisa, Florence and Siena are 24, 48, 96 and 144 km far; moreover Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi, among the most famous Italian beaches, are 48 km far (including 24 on the highway).
Attention: the house is nestled on a hill, with three floors on one side and two on the other.